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California, which overturned the law deeming chemical dependence illegal, thus making addiction a person’s private choice. Perhaps the long-term ramifications of such a shift will eventually Analyzing Crime & Social Control 31 contribute toward revoking the demonized attitudes people hold toward addicts, as well as affecting implications surrounding treatment process. If legal doctrines serve as the basis on which people preemptively structure their behavior, there are several provisions targeting those who negligently evade such legal responsibilities.

26 Sociology Reference Guide Informal & Formal Social Control Cynthia Vejar Overview Labeling Theory Labeling theory is a framework that most frequently functions as a mechanism for conceptualizing the derivation of deviance and amoral behavior, and was spearheaded by a sociologist named Frank Tannenbaum (Maier, 1974; Davis, 1972; Goode, 1994; Meade, 1974). Understanding Tannenbaum’s life story is pertinent to the comprehension of his subsequent theory; his formative years were tumultuous and relationships with parental figures were strained due to his willful opposition toward authority.

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